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Fierce Friday, Nasdaq Accelerates, S&P Cracks Resistance, Mixed Jobs, Week Ahead

The sudden appearance of a weaker labor market is likely what's causing the Fed to be considering a 'skip' this month, giving time for the economy on Main Street, USA to catch up to where the Fed has been on policy.

May Jobs: A More Complex Report Than Headlines Suggest

Does this scream 'Hike!'? It depends on whether you're the Fed, a bull or a bear.

Done Debt Deal, Fed Heads Tone It Down, AI Gold Mine, Wary Eye on Apple

Plus, a couple major stock indexes appear to be in better technical shape.

The AI Theme Destroyed the Economic Bears, But Now What?

About 90% of stocks are still struggling, but many market players are celebrating.

The Thought of This One-Two Combo Has Me Increasingly Worried About Tail Risks

Banking problems and recessions are not created and solved in a week.

A Wild Week, Job Creation, Fed Funds Rate, Earnings, Markets, Berkshire Reports

The macro this week will be focused upon the release of April data for consumer level inflation (CPI) and for producer level inflation (PPI).

The Market's Question: Is Inflation or a Downturn the Big Problem?

We should find some clues when the Fed speaks on Wednesday.

Lower Inflation and the End of Hikes Doesn't Mean Stocks Are Ripe to Rally

The age of ZIRP, TINA and FOMO was very different than now.

Frigid PPI, Jobless Claims Climb, Money Market Mania, Charting Gold's Course

Plus, market participants ignore harbingers of recession for at least one day as stocks rise Thursday, though on muted volume.

Market Gauntlet, CPI Analysis, 'Scary' Minutes, What to Watch on Bank Earnings

The constant growth in continuing claims has been this economy's dirty little secret for several months now.